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Interesting article. You would have to go (there’s 54 nations, pick one) to understand the feeling.

Accra, Ghana - They have come from the big cities of San Francisco, Chicago, and New York. Thousands of them. And many refuse to return.

A new wave of African-Americans is escaping the incessant racism and prejudice in the United States. From Senegal and Ghana to The Gambia, communities are emerging in defiance of conventional wisdom that Africa is a continent everyone is trying to leave.

It is estimated that between 3,000 and 5,000 African Americans living in Accra, the Ghanaian capital. They are teachers in the small towns in the west, or entrepeneurs in the capital, and say they that even though living in Ghana is not always easy, they feel free and safe.

Take Muhammida el-Muhajir, a digital marketer from New York City, who left her job to move to Accra.

She says she moved because despite her education and experience, she was always made to feel like a second-class citizen. Moving was an opportunity to fulfill her potential and avoid being targeted by racial violence.

#PanAfricanism #BlackNationalism #BlackEmpowerment #AfricanEmpowerment #AfricanAndProud #BlackAndProud #BlackPride #BlackPower #BlackLivesMatter #Amerikkka #UnapologeticallyBlack #UnapologeticallyAfrican #BlackInAmerica #BlackIsBeautiful #KnowThySelf #KnowledgeOfSelf #KnowledgeOfSelfIsANationality #EconomicEmpowerment #IntegrationFailed #WhiteLiesMatter #Education #AfricanUnification #AfricanUnity #BlackLove #JusticeOrElse #ProBlack

💜♥🔮🔥♾✍ Ok family let's talk about it. Who gets the first plate? I'm very curious to know, very. Dont be shy on the subject. Yall laugh and talk about everything else. I want to know who should eat first, and why. #blacklove #blackfamily #africanunification #smile #smilemore #lovemore #lovelife #vibratehigher #naturalhigh #healer #9 #peacefulwarrior #flex #atpeaceandonfire #nopeaceinwar #lifeisaboutprogression #vegan #vegangorilla #veganstrong #veganstrongman #afrovegan #giant #greengiant #plantbased #biggerisbetter #lovepeaceandgains #lovepeaceandlight

@Regranned from @problkthought - The African continent is on the cusp of something big.
Fifty-five nations are negotiating a free trade deal that will cover more than 1.2 billion people across Africa, from Morocco all the way to South Africa.
Their leaders are planning to give political backing to the deal in late March, and launch a free trade zone for goods and services before the end of 2018, according to a spokesperson for the African Union, an organization that represents all 55 countries.
The Continental Free Trade Area (CFTA) could eventually be extended to create common policies on investment, competition and intellectual property.
It covers economies with a combined GDP of around $3.4 trillion.
The deal is designed to replace a patchwork of smaller trade agreements and bring countries closer together.
African nations hope one day to allow the free movement of people across the continent. An African central bank and single currency could follow within 10 years, said Prudence Sebahizi, the CFTA's chief technical adviser. The United Nations estimated in 2012 that the CFTA could boost trade within Africa by about 50% over the course of a decade.
Two of the biggest economies — Nigeria and South Africa — support the deal, according to the African Union, which works to promote economic and political integration. Nigeria is chairing the negotiations while South Africa has sent big delegations to each round of talks, it added.
With the continent's economy expected to grow to $29 trillion by 2050, the CFTA may evolve to cover a market that is larger than NAFTA today," he wrote, referring to the North American Free Trade Agreement between the U.S., Canada and Mexico.

#PanAfricanism #BlackNationalism #BlackEmpowerment #AfricanEmpowerment #AfricanAndProud #BlackAndProud #BlackPride #BlackPower #BlackLivesMatter #Amerikkka #UnapologeticallyBlack #UnapologeticallyAfrican #BlackInAmerica #BlackIsBeautiful #KnowThySelf #KnowledgeOfSelf #KnowledgeOfSelfIsANationality #EconomicEmpowerment #IntegrationFailed #WhiteLiesMatter #Education #AfricanUnification #AfricanUnity #BlackLove #JusticeOrElse #ProBlack - #regrann

The African continent is on the cusp of something big.
Fifty-five nations are negotiating a free trade deal that will cover more than 1.2 billion people across Africa, from Morocco all the way to South Africa.
Their leaders are planning to give political backing to the deal in late March, and launch a free trade zone for goods and services before the end of 2018, according to a spokesperson for the African Union, an organization that represents all 55 countries.
The Continental Free Trade Area (CFTA) could eventually be extended to create common policies on investment, competition and intellectual property.
It covers economies with a combined GDP of around $3.4 trillion.
The deal is designed to replace a patchwork of smaller trade agreements and bring countries closer together.
African nations hope one day to allow the free movement of people across the continent. An African central bank and single currency could follow within 10 years, said Prudence Sebahizi, the CFTA's chief technical adviser. The United Nations estimated in 2012 that the CFTA could boost trade within Africa by about 50% over the course of a decade.
Two of the biggest economies — Nigeria and South Africa — support the deal, according to the African Union, which works to promote economic and political integration. Nigeria is chairing the negotiations while South Africa has sent big delegations to each round of talks, it added.
With the continent's economy expected to grow to $29 trillion by 2050, the CFTA may evolve to cover a market that is larger than NAFTA today," he wrote, referring to the North American Free Trade Agreement between the U.S., Canada and Mexico.

#PanAfricanism #BlackNationalism #BlackEmpowerment #AfricanEmpowerment #AfricanAndProud #BlackAndProud #BlackPride #BlackPower #BlackLivesMatter #Amerikkka #UnapologeticallyBlack #UnapologeticallyAfrican #BlackInAmerica #BlackIsBeautiful #KnowThySelf #KnowledgeOfSelf #KnowledgeOfSelfIsANationality #EconomicEmpowerment #IntegrationFailed #WhiteLiesMatter #Education #AfricanUnification #AfricanUnity #BlackLove #JusticeOrElse #ProBlack

It is unfortunate that Black people are the most devastated victims of racism and yet we don’t know how racism works.. because if we knew how it works.. we won’t be worshipping all this black celebrities, black billionaires and thinking there are some good white people.. we think racism is about how someone feels about you.. we are not educated on the very system that keeps us oppressed.
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#PanAfricanism #BlackNationalism #BlackEmpowerment #AfricanEmpowerment #AfricanAndProud #BlackAndProud #BlackPride #BlackPower #BlackLivesMatter #Amerikkka #UnapologeticallyBlack #UnapologeticallyAfrican #BlackInAmerica #BlackIsBeautiful #KnowThySelf #KnowledgeOfSelf #KnowledgeOfSelfIsANationality #EconomicEmpowerment #IntegrationFailed #WhiteLiesMatter #Education #AfricanUnification #AfricanUnity #BlackLove #JusticeOrElse #ProBlack

Book recommendation: The
Llegacy of Ibo Landing: Gullah Roots of African American Culture.

A rich potpourri of articles and paintings on Gullah art, history, fiction, recipes, and language along with social commentary which clarifies the struggle for cultural survival mounted over time by this most African of African American cultures. A voyage of the soul to African Americans' American roots!
Author:
Queen Quet Marquetta L. Goodwine
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💜♥🔮🔥♾😍 Great rising

Put her ass to sleep
Leave a poem on the bed
Before i forget
I wake her up with head
Round two leave her well feed
Leave some fruit on the dresser
Then I kiss her forehead
Really don't want to leave
So I stare for a minute
Quick shower go on a mission
Bittersweet all day Imma miss it
Miss out on her beautiful smile
Little jokes thru out the day
This day needs to go fast
Gotta get back to my bae
Those home cooked meals
Questions about my day
I rub her feet ask is she ok
Maybe a movie before we lay
Both fall asleep with smiles
know how to start the day
#greatrising #indigoflow #blacklove #africanunification #smile #smilemore #lovemore #lovelife #vibratehigher #naturalhigh #healer #9 #peacefulwarrior #flex #atpeaceandonfire #nopeaceinwar #lifeisaboutprogression #vegan #vegangorilla #veganstrong #veganstrongman #afrovegan #giant #greengiant #plantbased #biggerisbetter #lovepeaceandgains #lovepeaceandlight @regranned from @whitney_austin @regranned from @artbyusblacklove

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Interesting article. You would have to go (there’s 54 nations, pick one) to understand the feeling.

Accra, Ghana - They have come from the big cities of San Francisco, Chicago, and New York. Thousands of them. And many refuse to return.

A new wave of African-Americans is escaping the incessant racism and prejudice in the United States. From Senegal and Ghana to The Gambia, communities are emerging in defiance of conventional wisdom that Africa is a continent everyone is trying to leave.

It is estimated that between 3,000 and 5,000 African Americans living in Accra, the Ghanaian capital. They are teachers in the small towns in the west, or entrepeneurs in the capital, and say they that even though living in Ghana is not always easy, they feel free and safe.

Take Muhammida el-Muhajir, a digital marketer from New York City, who left her job to move to Accra.

She says she moved because despite her education and experience, she was always made to feel like a second-class citizen. Moving was an opportunity to fulfill her potential and avoid being targeted by racial violence.

#PanAfricanism #BlackNationalism #BlackEmpowerment #AfricanEmpowerment #AfricanAndProud #BlackAndProud #BlackPride #BlackPower #BlackLivesMatter #Amerikkka #UnapologeticallyBlack #UnapologeticallyAfrican #BlackInAmerica #BlackIsBeautiful #KnowThySelf #KnowledgeOfSelf #KnowledgeOfSelfIsANationality #EconomicEmpowerment #IntegrationFailed #WhiteLiesMatter #Education #AfricanUnification #AfricanUnity #BlackLove #JusticeOrElse #ProBlack

🤔🤔🤔#Repost @problkthought
Interesting article. You would have to go (there’s 54 nations, pick one) to understand the feeling.

Accra, Ghana - They have come from the big cities of San Francisco, Chicago, and New York. Thousands of them. And many refuse to return.

A new wave of African-Americans is escaping the incessant racism and prejudice in the United States. From Senegal and Ghana to The Gambia, communities are emerging in defiance of conventional wisdom that Africa is a continent everyone is trying to leave.

It is estimated that between 3,000 and 5,000 African Americans living in Accra, the Ghanaian capital. They are teachers in the small towns in the west, or entrepeneurs in the capital, and say they that even though living in Ghana is not always easy, they feel free and safe.

Take Muhammida el-Muhajir, a digital marketer from New York City, who left her job to move to Accra.

She says she moved because despite her education and experience, she was always made to feel like a second-class citizen. Moving was an opportunity to fulfill her potential and avoid being targeted by racial violence.

#PanAfricanism #BlackNationalism #BlackEmpowerment #AfricanEmpowerment #AfricanAndProud #BlackAndProud #BlackPride #BlackPower #BlackLivesMatter #Amerikkka #UnapologeticallyBlack #UnapologeticallyAfrican #BlackInAmerica #BlackIsBeautiful #KnowThySelf #KnowledgeOfSelf #KnowledgeOfSelfIsANationality #EconomicEmpowerment #IntegrationFailed #WhiteLiesMatter #Education #AfricanUnification #AfricanUnity #BlackLove #JusticeOrElse #ProBlack

Interesting article. You would have to go (there’s 54 nations, pick one) to understand the feeling.

Accra, Ghana - They have come from the big cities of San Francisco, Chicago, and New York. Thousands of them. And many refuse to return.

A new wave of African-Americans is escaping the incessant racism and prejudice in the United States. From Senegal and Ghana to The Gambia, communities are emerging in defiance of conventional wisdom that Africa is a continent everyone is trying to leave.

It is estimated that between 3,000 and 5,000 African Americans living in Accra, the Ghanaian capital. They are teachers in the small towns in the west, or entrepeneurs in the capital, and say they that even though living in Ghana is not always easy, they feel free and safe.

Take Muhammida el-Muhajir, a digital marketer from New York City, who left her job to move to Accra.

She says she moved because despite her education and experience, she was always made to feel like a second-class citizen. Moving was an opportunity to fulfill her potential and avoid being targeted by racial violence.

#PanAfricanism #BlackNationalism #BlackEmpowerment #AfricanEmpowerment #AfricanAndProud #BlackAndProud #BlackPride #BlackPower #BlackLivesMatter #Amerikkka #UnapologeticallyBlack #UnapologeticallyAfrican #BlackInAmerica #BlackIsBeautiful #KnowThySelf #KnowledgeOfSelf #KnowledgeOfSelfIsANationality #EconomicEmpowerment #IntegrationFailed #WhiteLiesMatter #Education #AfricanUnification #AfricanUnity #BlackLove #JusticeOrElse #ProBlack

I only get up for #BlackWomen, all others can stand. About two weeks ago as I was on a crowded train headed to Brooklyn when a black woman of a certain age walked onto the train. I immediately gave her my seat and had a pleasant conversation with her as I stood over her.

#PanAfricanism #BlackNationalism #BlackEmpowerment #AfricanEmpowerment #AfricanAndProud #BlackAndProud #BlackPride #BlackPower #BlackLivesMatter #Amerikkka #UnapologeticallyBlack #UnapologeticallyAfrican #BlackInAmerica #BlackIsBeautiful #KnowThySelf #KnowledgeOfSelf #KnowledgeOfSelfIsANationality #EconomicEmpowerment #IntegrationFailed #WhiteLiesMatter #Education #AfricanUnification #AfricanUnity #BlackLove #JusticeOrElse #ProBlack

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